A resolution honoring essential workers was passed after a raise for chain grocery workers failed to reach a council vote.
A consensus on which chain groceries in Napa should be required to pay workers $5 more per hour for four months remains elusive.
Also Tuesday, council members will again weigh requiring hazard pay for workers at Napa grocery stores during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Disagreement over extending a 120-day pay-raise requirement beyond supermarket workers puts an ordinance on hold, at least for now.
A "hazard pay” ordinance would add $5 to the hourly pay of those working in Napa groceries for 120 days.
Napa weighs joining other California cities in temporarily boosting pay for grocery workers at higher risk of contracting COVID-19.